Tramshed - Black Country Living Museum

The Tramshed at the Black Country Living Museum in Dudley in the West Midlands. The 22 acre site is a living museum that gives a taste of the people that once lived in the heart of industrial Britain.

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Uploaded: 27/02/2009
Updated: 26/09/2014


Tags: black country living museum; tram; trams; dudley; sepia; retro; birmingham; west midlands
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